Western Uranium & Vanadium Corp. Closes Final Tranche of Non-Brokered Private Placement

Western Uranium & Vanadium Corp. (CSE: WUC) (OTCQX: WSTRF) (“ Western ” or the ” Company ”) is pleased to announce the closing of a second and final tranche of its non-brokered private placement (the “ Private Placement ”) (please refer to the news release issued by Western on February 16, 2021 for details on the first tranche of the Private Placement). At this closing, the Company raised gross proceeds CAD$2,500,000 through the issuance of 3,125,000 units (the ” Units ”) at a price of CAD$0.80 per Unit. The total raised in the two tranches of this Private Placement of 6,375,000 Units aggregates to CAD$5,100,000. Western used 100% of the overallotment option to issue the maximum quantity of authorized Units to satisfy investors’ oversubscription demand.

Each Unit consists of one common share of Western (a ” Share “) plus one common share purchase warrant of Western (a “ Warrant ”). Each Warrant shall entitle the holder to purchase one Share at a price of CAD$1.20 per Share for a period of three years following issuance.  A total of 6,375,000 Shares and 6,375,000 Warrants are being issued in the two tranches of the Private Placement.

The Warrants contain a provision that if the Company’s Shares trade at or above CAD$2.40 per Share for 10 consecutive trading days, the Company may, at any time after the expiry of the applicable statutory hold period, accelerate the expiration of the Warrants upon not less than 30 days’ written notice by the Company (the “ Acceleration Clause ”).

The Company anticipates that the net proceeds of the Private Placement will be used to secure value-added opportunities, fund follow-on work at the five mines comprising the Sunday Mine Complex, the exploration and development of a second production center and for general corporate and working capital purposes.

In connection with the second tranche of the Private Placement, the Company is paying CAD$8,952 in finder’s fees plus 11,190 compensation warrants exercisable for three years, each warrant being exercisable at CAD$0.94 per Share of the Company. The compensation warrants are subject to the Acceleration Clause. For details on the finder’s fee paid in connection with the first tranche of the Private Placement, please refer to the news release issued on February 16, 2021.

Securities issued pursuant to the Private Placement shall be subject to a minimum six (6) month hold period.  The closing of the Private Placement remains subject to final regulatory approval.

The securities offered and sold have not been registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933 and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from registration requirements.

bout Western Uranium & Vanadium Corp.

Western Uranium & Vanadium Corp. is a Colorado based uranium and vanadium conventional mining company focused on low cost near-term production of uranium and vanadium in the western United States, and development and application of kinetic separation.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Information: Certain information contained in this news release constitutes “forward-looking information” or a “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of applicable securities laws (collectively, “forward-looking statements”).  Statements of that nature include statements relating to, or that are dependent upon: the Company’s expectations, estimates and projections regarding exploration and production plans and results; the timing of planned activities; whether the Company can raise any additional funds required to implement its plans;  whether regulatory or analogous requirements can be satisfied to permit planned activities; and more generally to the Company’s business, and the economic and political environment applicable to its operations, assets and plans. All such forward-looking statements are subject to important risk factors and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the Company’s ability to control or predict. Please refer to the Company’s most recent Management’s Discussion and Analysis, as well as its other filings at www.sec.gov and/or www.sedar.com , for a more detailed review of those risk factors.  Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on the Company’s forward-looking statements, and that these statements are made as of the date hereof. While the Company may do so, it does not undertake any obligation to update these forward-looking statements at any particular time, except as and to the extent required under applicable laws and regulations.

George Glasier
President and CEO

Robert Klein
Chief Financial Officer
rklein @western-uranium.com


SPECIALTY STEEL RAW MATERIALS MARKET REPORT 03/03: Tight Prompt Supply Pushes Ferro-vanadium Price Up

An overview of the specialty steel raw materials markets in Europe and their latest price moves.

Charlotte Radford, Cristina Belda…


A Steel In Shandong FeV Bidding Price On 3 March 2021



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A Steel In Shandong Vn Alloy Bidding Price On 3 March 2021

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WISCO Echeng VN Alloy Bidding Price On 3 March 2021

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V2O5 Flake Price Is Strong, VN Quotation Is Slightly Lowered

www.ferroalloynet.com: Today’s domestic quotations of vanadium products: the price of ammonium metavanadate is 102,000-110,600 CNY/Ton; the price of retail V2O5 flake is 107,500–110,000 CNY/Ton; the pricce  of ferrovanadium50 is 118,000-12.2 CNY/Ton, and the price of VN alloy 164,000-170,000 CNY/Ton;all prices are cash inclusive of tax.

In terms of raw materials, large plants’V2O5 flake is107,000 CNY/Ton in cash with tax, which is hard to find. Tranvic said that the supply of goods has been signed in March. The transaction price of V2O5 flake in retail customers is still stable at 107,500-110,000 CNY/Ton in cash. The intentiom of alloy factories purchase high-priced V2O5 flake is relatively few. The quotation of ammonium metavanadate remained stable, and the transaction price was high or low, and the cash was 100,000-105,000 CNY/Ton.

In terms of alloys, the quotations of some vanadium-nitrogen alloy manufacturers and traders have slightly lowered, with cash quotations of 164,000-165,000CNY/Ton, while most manufacturers’quotations are still firm and in cash of 167,000- 170,000 CNY/Ton, so there are fewer inquiries in the bulk cargo market. The transaction fell slightly in cash of 164,000-165,000 CNY/Ton. In March, the bidding for large and medium-sized steel mills has been basically completed, and the mainstream steel bidding acceptance is 169,000-170,000 CNY/Ton including tax. The quotations of ferrovanadium manufacturers are firm, not less than 120,000 CNY/Ton in cash, while traders offer is 117,000-118,000 CNY/Ton in cash, and scattered transactions are mostly around 117,000 CNY/Ton in cash.


Vanadium Market Less Active, Wait-and-see Sentiment Become Strong

www.ferroalloynet.comVanadium market activity has slightly decreased, and raw material market quotation is less, retail piece V2O5 flake manufacturers shipment offer is higher and they don’t want to sell at low prices, so manufacturers enthusiasm is reduced, and the mainstream offer is more in cash of 110,000-112,000 CNY/Ton, but the actual transaction price is in 109,000-110,000 CNY/Ton. There is less ammonium metavanadate manufacturers to ship, and they are reluctant to sell at low prices, so manufacturers are hesitant to purchase at high prices.

European ferrovanadium prices fluctuate slightly upward, on March 3, European ferrovanadium was  34-34.7 USD/ kg V, which is converted into ferrovanadium 50 of about 109,800-112,000 CNY/Ton. The domestic ferrovanadium market transaction is general, and manufacturers offer firmly; the mainstream offer is in cash 117,000-120,000 CNY/Ton.


Eskom Needs R1 Billion A Week From Government To Keep The Lights On In 2021

Eskom, will require government funding of approximately R1 billion per week – the equivalent of R6 million every hour of the day – to remain both financially and operationally stable in 2021. Without the cash, it will not be able to service its “unsustainable debt burden” of R480 billion.
That state of affairs was laid before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) on Wednesday morning. A presentation, recapping the utility’s dismal 2020 financial results and ambitious recovery plan, showed slight improvements during lockdown, but that results in 2021 are expected to be worse than the year before.
In 2020, Eskom managed to normalise its coal stock, bring the troubled Kusile Unit 2 online, and improved debt collection from defaulting municipalities. This was accomplished with government’s help – to the tune of R49 billion in bailouts.
But continued financial losses, delayed maintenance, and unplanned plant breakdowns led to 46 days of load shedding during the 2020 financial year. This, despite demand decreasing by between 1,360 MW and 5,680 MW – or roughly 10% of Eskom’s total generation capacity – during lockdown Alert Levels 3 to 5, respectively.
Eskom spent a further R7.5 billion on diesel-generated power to support the grid during times of immense strain. This is expected to be reduced by 30% in 2021, but only if the utility’s maintenance schedule is upheld and additional capacity is created to replace end-of-life power stations.
The utility predicts that its sales for the 2020/2021 financial year will drop even further, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2019/2020, Eskom’s local sales dropped by 2.8%.
“Overall, sales volumes for 2021 are expected to be around 7% lower than 2020,” it told SCOPA.
While Eskom hopes to be profitable from 2023 onwards, cost savings of R62 billion and government equity support are not enough to get it there, it says. For this to happen, Eskom needs to slash its debt in half, create an operating cash balance of R30 billion, and almost double its ebitda (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) margin.
In the meantime, the utility will still need to rely on very, very large government bailouts to ensure that its remains operationally viable and staves off load shedding.
“On average, Eskom requires government support of about R1 billion per week in 2021,” Eskom told Parliament.
“We regret the burden that this places on the fiscus, particularly in the current economic climate.”

Golden Deeps Commissions Mining Study At Historic Abenab Vanadium Mine

Junior explorer Golden Deeps (ASX: GED) has commenced a mining study on the historic Abenab vanadium mine in Namibia, previously known as the richest and largest deposit of vanadate ore in the world.
South Africa-based mining engineering group Bara Consulting has been engaged to conduct the study which will enable Golden Deeps to progress Abenab towards feasibility stage and production.
Bara’s scope of work comprises an evaluation of open pit and underground mining options and an estimation of mining costs, and will include a primary access trade-off study, cut-off grade estimation and geotechnical assessment.
Bara has previously conducted extensive metallurgical testwork on Abenab ore, reporting it to be “easy and cheap to process” using gravity separation techniques compared to ferrovanadium-type deposits which require more complex and expensive milling.
Economic viability
Golden Deeps said the mining study would assess the economic viability of exploiting the Abenab deposits based on current commodity prices, exchange rates and mining costs.
“With the growing need to combat climate change, governments around the world are planning to transition to zero emissions through electrification [and] this has resulted in recent increases in the price of so-called EV metals, including vanadium, which is used in vanadium flow batteries,” the company said.
The study will allow Golden Deeps to prioritise and schedule additional work aimed at further developing the project, including drilling to increase the existing resource adjacent to the open pit and at depth as well as refinement of the process flowsheet.
World’s richest deposits
The Abenab deposits were discovered in the early 20th century and mined up until 1958, at which time the Abenab and Abenab West mines were considered the world’s richest and largest known discoveries of vanadate ore, producing a substantial amount of high-grade concentrate.
The Abenab mine was a major open pit and underground vanadium and base metal operation in the highly-prospective and underexplored Otavi Mountain Land region in northern Namibia.
In its heyday, the mine reported ore production of approximately 1.8 million tonnes at 1.05% vanadium pentoxide for approximately 102,000 tonnes of concentrate grading 18% vanadium pentoxide, 13% zinc and 42% lead.
Historical exploration and more recent drilling has indicated potential for extensions of the mineralisation at depth and laterally, and highlighted the possibility of re-starting the operation using simple, low-cost processing methods.
In January 2019 following detailed geological reviews and the creation of a new geological model, Golden Deeps reported a JORC mineral resource at Abenab of 2.8 million tonnes at 0.66% vanadium pentoxide, 2.35% lead and 0.94% zinc at a cut-off grade of 0.2% vanadium pentoxide.

KAIST’s New Material Could Make EV Batteries 20% More Powerful

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology said Wednesday it has developed a new material that enhances the energy density of lithium-ion batteries by 20 percent while maintaining their stability.
According to a research led by Cho Eun-ae, materials science and engineering safety professor at KAIST, lithium-ion batteries that contain 80 percent nickel inside cathodes demonstrate energy capacity of 200 ampere-hours per gram. However, the newly developed cathode materials can accommodate 20 percent more lithium ions and exhibit energy capacity of as much as 250 ampere-hours per gram.
Cathodes are one of the four key components of lithium-ion batteries including anodes, separators and electrolytes. The higher the ratio of nickel inside cathodes, the more powerful but less stable lithium-ion batteries become.
“If existing high-nickel cathodes could accommodate 100 lithium ions, the new cathodes can contain 120 lithium ions, providing greater energy to batteries,” Cho told The Korea Herald.
Cho added that lithium-rich cathodes haven’t been commercialized yet because when too much lithium-ions visit cathodes, they react with oxygen and compromise the structure of the cathodes.
However, Cho solved the instability issue by coating the lithium-rich cathodes with a metal called vanadium.
According to the research, lithium-ion batteries coated with vanadium maintained 92 percent of initial performance after charged and discharged 100 times, while uncoated ones preserved 74 percent of initial capacity.
Also, cathodes coated with vanadium returned to their original state at 81 percent level after charged and discharged once, while uncoated cathodes recovered their original state at 69 percent level in the same condition.
“Vanadium is not a common material, but as a extremely small amount is used for coating cathodes, it’s unlikely to drive up the costs of lithium-ion batteries,” Cho said.

Energy Fuels On Track To Begin Commercial Rare Earth Concentrate Production

The company supplies uranium (U3O8) to major nuclear utilities and can also produce vanadium from some projects as market conditions allow
What Energy Fuels does:
Energy Fuels Inc (TSE:EFR) (NYSEMKT:UUUU), headquartered in Colorado, is a fully-integrated producer of both uranium and vanadium, and owner of the only operating conventional uranium mill at White Mesa in the US.
It supplies uranium (U3O8) to major nuclear utilities and can also produce vanadium from some projects as market conditions allow.
The firm’s White Mesa mill has a licensed capacity to produce over eight million pounds of uranium a year, and can generate vanadium when market conditions warrant.  The mill is also licensed for the production of other minerals, including tantalum, which has made it onto the US government’s ‘critical minerals’ list.
The White Mesa mill is also operating under a new processing deal to assist in the cleanup of a formerly producing, Cold war era abandoned uranium mine in New Mexico.
Energy Fuels has said it is in talks with several entities, including the US government, about the potential to recover both light and heavy rare earth elements (REEs) at the mill, as well as uranium from certain natural ores and alternate feed materials.
Meanwhile, the group’s Nichols Ranch ISR Project is in operation and has a licensed capacity of two million pounds of U3O8 per year. It is currently producing and has generated over 1.2 million pounds of uranium since 2014. The Alta Mesa ISR project is currently on standby
In addition to the above, Energy Fuels also has one of the largest NI 43-101 uranium resources in the US and several uranium and uranium/vanadium mining projects on standby and in various stages of permitting and development.
How is it doing:
In its most recent development, Energy Fuels said on March 2, 2021, that it is teaming up with Neo Performance Materials (TSE:NEO) on a new US and European rare earth production initiative. The program will produce value-added rare earth products from natural monazite sands, which is a byproduct of heavy mineral sands mined in the southeastern US.
Energy Fuels will process the monazite sands into a mixed rare earth carbonate in Utah to use as feedstock for Neo’s rare earths separation facility in Estonia. The firm is also evaluating the potential to develop separation facilities in the US.
In December 2020, Energy Fuels announced that it is set to become the first US company in several years to produce a marketable mixed rare earth element (REE) concentrate ready for separation on a commercial scale.
This comes after the company reported that it has entered into a three-year supply agreement with The Chemours Company (NYSE:CC) to acquire a minimum of 2,500 tons per year of natural monazite sands from the Offerman Mineral Sand Plant in Georgia.
Energy Fuels said it plans to process the monazite at its White Mesa Mill in Utah beginning in 1Q 2021, while also recovering the contained uranium, which it believes represents an important step toward re-establishing a fully-integrated US REE supply chain.
The goal is to process at least 15,000 tons of monazite per year for the recovery of REEs and uranium, which would represent about 2% of White Mesa’s throughput capacity.
Energy Fuels has said it expects to have between 670,000 and 700,000 pounds of finished uranium and 1.672 million pounds of finished vanadium in inventory at the end of 2020.
The company has also been able to produce a rare earth element (REE) carbonate concentrate on a pilot scale at its 100% owned White Mesa Mill in Utah, which it believes is the first REE concentrate produced from monazite sands at any significant quantity in North America in more than 20 years.
Energy Fuels noted that it is in negotiations with various parties to procure sources of monazite sands that can potentially be processed on a commercial scale at the Mill for the recovery of REE concentrate and uranium. In addition, it is carrying out ongoing discussions on the possible sale of REE concentrate produced at the Mill to an REE separation facility.
The company ended its third quarter of 2020 with working capital of $44.7 million, a 17% quarter-over-quarter increase, which includes $28.1 million in cash and marketable securities plus $25.6 million of concentrate inventory and work in progress. As of October 6, 2020, the company was debt-free for the first time since 2012.
What the broker says:
Analysts with Noble Capital Markets on March 3 reiterated their ‘Market Perform’ rating on Energy Fuels’ shares, a day after the uranium firm announced its outtake agreement with Neo Performance Materials.
Noble noted that Neo will take 80% of the rare earth products processed from monazite sand by Energy Fuels’ White Mills plant and that the agreement includes a put option for Energy Fuels to sell the remaining 20% as well as a right of first refusal option for Neo for additional monazite purchases.
“The agreement will only use only 2% of White Mill capacity, leaving room to expand either monazite/rare earth operations or start-up uranium operations,” the analysts wrote.
The analysts noted that Energy Fuels and China are the world’s only producers of monazite: “Other mills may follow Energy Fuel’s lead, but UUUU will have a first mover advantage should the fledgling industry take off. Should the company move to start separating rare earth elements, it could be especially lucrative for the company.”
Going forward, the Noble said they expect that the processing of rare earth elements will generate several million dollars in free cash flow for Energy Fuels.
They added: “However, with excess capacity at the mill, it is not hard to see this free cash flow estimate expand quickly with new agreements. With no other monazite processing plants to use as a comparison, we have not yet factored the agreement into our models. Instead, we simply view the movement into monazite processing as a positive step with large potential.”
Inflection points:
Commercial rare earth concentrate production possible in 2021
Update on government budget proposal
Uranium/vanadium price moves
What the boss says:
“By using existing infrastructure and technologies at the Mill to recover the uranium and the REEs from monazite sands, we are able to avoid the years of permitting and development, along with the tens, or even hundreds, of millions of dollars of capital that others would be faced with. Assuming the company is able to secure adequate quantities of monazite sands, we expect to be in a position to produce commercial quantities of REE Concentrate by early 2021,” Energy Fuels CEO Mark Chalmers said in a recent statement.
He added, “successful testing at scale also demonstrates the importance of the White Mesa Mill in helping the US re-establish its domestic REE supply chain.”

Critical Minerals Offer Regional Job Boost

The Morrison government is aiming to help businesses turn minerals from the Hunter Valley, Western Australia and central Queensland into products such as batteries, solar cells and mine safety equipment.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Thursday announce a new 10-year plan to boost resources technology and critical minerals processing.
Australia has the world’s largest resources of rutile (titanium), zircon (zirconium) and tantalum and is ranked in the top five nations for antimony, cobalt, lithium, manganese ore, niobium, tungsten and vanadium.
Businesses will be able to apply for funding from the $1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Initiative for proposals such as scaling up production or commercialising products to tap into global supply chains.
“Yesterday’s national accounts showed the comeback of the Australian economy is well under way and manufacturing businesses and jobs will be central to our national economic recovery plan,” Mr Morrison said.
“Our Modern Manufacturing Initiative will help position Australia as not just a global leader in the resources sector but also in the manufacturing of the technology used, as well as turning the raw materials into value-added products.”
He said it would be particularly beneficial for jobs in resource-rich regions such as the Hunter, WA and central Queensland.
Industry Minister Karen Andrews said the funding could back businesses wanting to turn critical minerals into products such as batteries and solar cells, as well as mining equipment.
The government also soon plans to release similar roadmaps to drive investment in the food and beverage industries, recycling, clean energy and defence.

U.S. And Mexican Steel Industries Affected By Winter Storms

www.ferroalloynet.com: Due to limited supply in the domestic market, U.S. hot rolled coil (HRC) prices rebounded from the previous week.
The winter blizzard hit the United States and Mexico for a week, severely affecting the oil supply of the two countries. In addition, the storm also brought a shortage of natural gas and electricity supplies, restricting the operations of the Mexican steel industry.
According to market participants, due to winter blizzards leading to a decline in production, spot stocks in April have almost been used up.

In January, 730,000 TEU Empty Containers “Arrived” In Ningbo Port

www.ferroalloynet.com: Affected by factors such as the epidemic, the country is severely affected by the shortage of containers. Recently, the “COSCO SHIPPING Stellar” vessel carrying 15,294 TEU containers slowly berthed at berth No. 6 of Ningbo Meidong Container Terminal Co., Ltd. What is encouraging is that this 200,000-ton-class large container ship is loaded with 13,469 TEU empty containers, alleviating the “near thirst” for empty containers in the Chinese market.
According to reports, in January, Ningbo imported about 730,000 TEUs of empty foreign trade containers, a net increase of about 160,000 TEUs compared to the monthly average of the fourth quarter of 2020, an increase of 28%; about 20 new imported empty container overtime ships berthed Secondly, the monthly average level increased by nearly 62% compared to the fourth quarter of 2020, effectively alleviating the urgent need for Ningbo’s container export to be “difficult to find”.
Under the influence of the epidemic in 2020, China’s foreign trade industry was relatively sluggish in the first half of the year and quickly recovered in the second half of the year. However, the efficiency of international logistics and overseas ports was subject to the impact of the epidemic. A large number of empty containers were backlogged in the United States, Europe, Australia and other places, and there was a large shortage of containers in the market. As a result, shipping rates have increased, and prices on popular routes have even doubled.
Driven by the continuous increase in freight rates, foreign trade companies’ rush to ship goods further intensified the increase in freight rates and the tightness of containers. Therefore, since the second half of 2020, shipping capacity has been in short supply, and “a box is difficult to find” has become a troublesome factor for many foreign trade companies.

Xiangyang Held The Key Investment Project Signing Ceremony Of Vanadium Energy Storage Industry

www.ferroalloynet.com: On March 3, Xiangyang, Hubei Province,China held a signing ceremony for key investment promotion projects in the vanadium energy storage industry. Three projects including 100 MW photovoltaic and 100 MW energy storage and solar-storage integrated power stations were signed, laying a foundation for Xiangyang to build a 100 billion vanadium energy storage industrial cluster. Solid foundation. Xiangyang City leaders Cheng Jiagang, Wang Zhongyun, Ge Xiuquan and Luo Qiongjiu attended the signing ceremony.
In recent years, the development environment of the domestic clean energy industry represented by the energy storage industry has been improving. Energy storage is the key to vigorously develop clean energy and realize the comprehensive utilization of wind, light, electricity and other energies. Xiangyang City is rich in mineral resources and has unique conditions for the development of the energy storage industry.
The three projects signed this time are: Beijing Puneng Century Technology Co., Ltd., Hubei Pingfan Ruifeng New Energy Co., Ltd., and Gaoxin SDIC signed the “100 MW photovoltaic and 100 MW energy storage and solar storage integrated power station (the first phase of 100 MW photovoltaic and 40 MW energy storage and solar storage integrated power station)” project cooperation agreement; High-tech Zone Management Committee and Beijing Puneng Century Technology Co., Ltd. signed an agreement to enter the zone for the “50 MW annual output of vanadium battery energy storage system” project; High-tech Zone The Management Committee and Hubei Pingfan Ruifeng New Energy Co., Ltd. signed an agreement to enter the zone for the “Vanadium Energy Storage Smart Energy Research Institute” project.
Cheng Jiagang pointed out that the municipal party committee and the municipal government attach great importance to building a 100 billion vanadium energy storage industrial cluster and have high hopes. They must seize opportunities and seize the first opportunity, and use greater intensity and more effective investment and project construction to form a ” Competitive advantages of the two new industries. He requested that the High-tech Zone Management Committee and relevant municipal departments and units should take the “service year” activity as an opportunity to take the initiative to serve the vanadium energy storage project and provide strong service guarantees for the smooth implementation of the vanadium energy storage project. It is hoped that the project investor and construction party will seize the progress of the project construction, build with a high starting point, high standards, and high quality, and strive for the project to be put into production as soon as possible.
Xie Guangguo, chairman of Hubei Pingfan Ruifeng New Energy Co., Ltd., and Huang Mianyan, president of Beijing Puneng Century Technology Co., Ltd., said that Xiangyang has outstanding location advantages and industrial advantages. In recent years, the business environment has been continuously optimized. They are confident in the future development of Xiangyang. Next, they will seize the opportunity, accelerate the pace of project implementation, and build a first-class domestic and world-leading vanadium energy storage industry cluster.

China’s 10 Ammonium Metavanadate Producers Stopped Output In Jan

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China Top Ten Vanadium Pentoxide Flake Producers By Operating Rate In Jan

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China Top Ten Vanadium Pentoxide Flake Producers By Output In Jan

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Chinese Vanadium Pentoxide Flake Prices Move Up

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Chinese Ferrovanadium Prices Increase

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